The early (P90) Epiphone Wilshire is perhaps the best electric guitar you never heard of. If you're a fan of P90's, consider the possibilities. You could buy a 50's or late 60's Les Paul but even for a 69, you'll be spending at least $15K for a clean one with the one piece body and neck. You could buy an SG or a LP Special if you don't care too much about intonation (argue if you want but you can't properly intonate a stock wraptail with a plain G string). The Wilshire is the only P90 guitar made by Gibson from 1958 to 1967 with an ABR-1 and stop tail. They are usually around 6 pounds and much better balanced than an SG. It's worth noting that the short seam stop tailpiece and no wire bridge alone are worth close to $3000. This Wilshire is just about mint-one small dent in the front keeps it from mint status. The original cardboard case looks like it never left the house. This was my personal guitar until I recently bought a 1960 Wilshire to replace it (bigger neck). The P90 version of the Wilshire was only made for 4 years so they are pretty rare. Neck is wide and medium/slim. Pickups are screaming hot and the guitar plays beautifully. This one weighs 6 lbs 4 ounces. And check out that wild Brazilian fingerboard.
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